George Gershwin

GEORGE GERSHWIN (1898–1937)
George Gershwin (conductor, composer)

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Arrah Go On I`m Gonna Go Back To Oregon
Ballet
Bess, You Is My Woman Now
Buzzin` The Bee
By Strauss
Chinese Blues
Clap yo hands
`Cuban ouverture` for symphony orchestra. 1932
Darling
Do do do
Do it again
Embraceable You
Fascinating Rhythm
For Your Country And My Country
From Now On
Havanola
I Got Rhythm
Idle Dreams
Impromptu in two keys
It Ain`t Necessarily So
I`ll build a stairway to paradise
I`ve Got a Crush on You
Jaz - O - Mine
Jazzbo Brown
Just Snap Your Fingers At Care
Kangaroo Hop
Kickin` the Clouds Away
Liza
Looking for a boy
Lullaby
Maybe
Merry Andrew
My Man`s Gone Now
My one and only
Nobody but you
Novelette in Fourths
Oh, Lady be good
On My Mind the Whole Night Long
Pastime Rag No 3
Promenade
Rhapsody In Blue
Rialto Ripples
Scandal Walk
Singin` The Blues
So Am I
Somebody loves me
Someone to watch over me
Songbook: 14 Pieces for Piano
Strike up the band
Summertime
Swanee
Sweet and Lowdown
Tempo di Blues
That Certain Feeling
The man I love
Then do we dance
They All Laughed
Three-quarter blues
Waitin` For Me
Walking the Dog
When You Want `Em, You Can Get `Em, When You`ve Got `Em
Whip - Poor - Will
Whispering
Who cares
An American in Paris
Second Rhapsody for Piano and Orchestra
Two Waltzes in C-dur
Lullaby for String Orchestra
Concerto for Piano and Orchestra in F major
A Small Story
Opera Blue Monday (Blues)
Porgy and Bess, opera (1935)
Songs
Songs of the second notebook
George and Ira Gershwin`s Songs
Song But not for Me
They Can`t Take That Away from Me (1937)
Porgy and Bess
Five fragments from the opera `Porgy and Bess`. Arranged for violin and piano by J. Heifetz.
Rhapsody in Blue for Piano and Orchestra
Symphonic Picture of Porgy and Bess (Orchestration by R.Bennet)
3 Preludes for piano (1926)
Girl Crazy
Lady be Good
Parts of works
`Blah, Blah, Blah` / `Just in Time` from Delicious
`In The Still Of The Night` from Rosalie
`Love Walked In`/`Our Love Is Here To Stay` from The Goldwyn Follies
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